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please?

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please!

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So what do you think the answer is?

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Remember the pythegorian therom is a^2 + b^2 = c^2

- anonymous

yes

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i answered them as u can c in the photos

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plz check them

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ah ok :) well then wait on moment

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tnx:)

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@sue101 ?

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:/ help

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What's the question, I don't get those pictures?

- anonymous

Take picture 1, what is "25.18" supposed to be?

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oh. er, sue can u take a snapshot of them plz?

- anonymous

yea sure :) hold on a sec

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tnx:)

- anonymous

I don't need a snapshot, what does "25.18" mean?

- anonymous

the missing measurement

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U mean 25.18 is supposed to be the area of the box?

- anonymous

um, thats supposed to be hypotnuese

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Is this the question? (25 and 3 area the areas of the boxes)

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- anonymous

yup where you have to use a^2 + b^2 = c^2

- anonymous

er,so are they right?

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The bigger box would be C medium box B and smaller box would be A.

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I will tell u once I understand what the question is.....

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yup su tnx estu

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SO please answer me, is the question like I put it above or not?

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um, yes

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gtg pretty soon.

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5 squared = sqrt3 squared + sqrt 22 squared

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ok.

- anonymous

So wherefrom come 25.18?

- anonymous

well, i get to use a calculator
thats what it said

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What did u put into it?

- anonymous

i put a and b in

- anonymous

I don't see any a and b in the pictures....

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25=a 3=b

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gtg :/

- anonymous

tnx for ur help tho

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I think ur doing it wrong, come back to here later...

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